Showing posts with label prepositons. Show all posts
Showing posts with label prepositons. Show all posts

Monday, 16 February 2015

3rd Grade 6th Unit (in-on-under) Prepositions

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Prepositions / where is my hamster?

A runaway hamster, keep your eyes on it and click on the right option....
This game is designed especially for very young learners. They really love it and can't help getting excited when they see the hamster moving. Also you can apply this for 5th and &th grades as well. Here the basic prepositions are given. There is a playful hamster loves hiding. The boy wants our help to find it. And each time we tell where the hamster is, it runs away and hides another place before the boy arrives. İ. Gürkan BOZKURT

Friday, 5 April 2013

Prepositions Game / Hide and Go Seek Game

Read, look and "CLICK" on the correct "PREPOSITION".
It was the very early years of my first teaching experiences... 6th grade students and the topic is "preposition". I drew straw men on the board and a box next to him and I wrote "next to"... Then I noticed that the kids are reluctant to draw pictures of a straw man. Then, the next lesson. I improved my drawing and illustrated a straw man next to a tree and counting with his hand on his eyes(playing hide and seek). Then, I drew lots of things on the board where people may go and hide. I drew a boy hiding in a tree and wrote Ali who is the name of a student in the classroom. Suddenly all the students said:"Teacher, please use my name, too." I said the class if you tell me where you are hiding in the picture then I can draw you there and write your name. That day I had to draw 25 straw men on the board, that means everybody in the classroom. This experience gave me the idea of preaparing such a slide. Today I use this as a warm up. And if I have enough time, I start drawing... . Gürkan BOZKURT